When I purchased/rescued Consuelo last Spring, she had badly overgrown but not quite slipper feet. I had her hooves trimmed in February before she was shipped to Massachusetts, and again around April. My farrier has retired and I have contacted everyone in my area, but nobody will come out to trim one little horse. Her nutrition was poor before, and her hooves chipping badly. As a temporary measure, I have been taking her for walks on a quiet side road, and that has helped smooth them out. Until I can find a farrier, I will continue this practice, but would like opinions as to how her feet look, after a summer of wandering free on 14 acres, except for daily lessons. I think her back feet are long, front feet better, but please, I need opinions.
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